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Facebook Now Wants You To Rate Articles For Misleading Stories


It looks like Google is testing out a feature that’ll allow users rate articles for use of misleading headlines or language. Noticed by a user in Philadelphia, it’s called “Facebook Survey” and it asks questions like “To what extent do you think that this link’s title uses misleading language?” it is not mandatory that you respond but it goes to show that Facebook is now taking more steps to stem the flow of fake news on its platform after it was heavily criticised for not doing much which eventually swayed the US presidential elections in one direction.

It’s not clear if this feature would be rolled out globally soon but Mark Zuckerberg had promised to take more steps in the coming months to proffer solutions to fake news on Facebook.

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